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May 242017
 


Vacancy: Auditor

Salary: KShs 200, 000

General Responsibilities: They will be responsible for operational improvements, annual budget process, periodic forecasting, and periodic analysis of business performance.

Key Duties:

  • Maintain and develop accounting processes to ensure accounting system is kept up to date.
  • Liaise with auditors to ensure timely production of annual audited accounts in line with parent company requirements
  • Ensure timely preparation, authorization, filing and remittance of statutory payments.
  • Ensure that electronic money records are maintained for control and audit purposes.
  • Ensure that any returns to regulator (Central Bank of Kenya) are prepared on an accurate and timely basis
  • Support Managers in financial development analysis and appraisal of new projects.
  • Manage junior finance staff and ensure appropriate training and development is put in place.
  • Support wider business in improvement of working practices which are pragmatic but consistent with good financial control
  • Ensure new technological developments are accommodated within financial processes.

Desirable Competencies

  • Must be a well rounded auditor with experience in all areas of accounting
  • High level of commercial skills
  • Very organized and highly analytical
  • Managerial experience is crucial with proven ability to think outside the box.
  • Must display decision making skill
  • The individual must have proven leadership skills.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting
  • 5 years of experience in a similar role as n auditor

Applicants should forward their applications enclosing detailed CV’s to BlumeAfrica@gmail.com.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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